Rocksteady debuted a new trailer for its Batman: Arkham Knight game, which showed off the game's version of the Batmobile. The video game developer also slipped in one other little announcement at the end of the trailer.
That's right, Batman: Arkham Knight, which was previously set to be released in October 2014, has been pushed back to 2015. While I'm disappointed that we won't have another Christmas video game shopping season dominated by Batman, I'm impressed with how Rocksteady broke the news softly, hoping that people would be too distracted by the Batmobiles impressive arsenal to notice that the game wouldn't be on shelves for a few more months.
With E3 coming up, I'm sure we'll get some additional details soon. In the meantime, Batman fans should console themselves that Lego Batman 3 is still due for release this fall.
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